WWE schedule, list of PPVs for 2019: Clash of Champions, Hell in a Cell date, location

With SummerSlam now in the books, WWE is running through the second half of its 2019 pay-per-view schedule. Up next, in terms of its major events, is Survivor Series, which returns to Illinois for the first time since the third-ever such show in 1989. What WWE will look like by the time that show commences -- over a month after its new television contracts begin -- remains to be seen.

There has been a second Saudi Arabia show announced for 2019, though neither a repeat to Evolution nor another international showcase is on deck at this time. In order to ensure you stay up to date with all of WWE's signature events -- each of which will be covered right here by CBS Sports -- check out the entire 2019 schedule below.

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WWE 2019 PPV schedule

Jan. 12 NXT UK TakeOver: Blackpool Blackpool, England

Jan. 26

NXT TakeOver: Phoenix

Phoenix, Arizona

Jan. 27

Royal Rumble

Phoenix, Arizona

Feb. 17

Elimination Chamber

Houston, Texas

Mar. 10


Cleveland, Ohio

Apr. 5

NXT TakeOver: New York

Brooklyn, New York

Apr. 7

WrestleMania 35

East Rutherford, New Jersey

May 19 Money in the Bank Hartford, Connecticut
June 1 NXT TakeOver XXV Bridgeport, Connecticut

June 7

Super ShowDown

Jeddah, Saudi Arabia

June 23

Stomping Grounds

Tacoma, Washington

July 14 Extreme Rules Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Aug. 10

NXT TakeOver: Toronto

Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Aug. 11


Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Aug. 31 NXT UK TakeOver: Cardiff Cardiff, Wales

Sept. 15

Clash of Champions

Charlotte, North Carolina

Oct. 6 Hell in a Cell Sacramento, California
Oct. 31 Crown Jewel Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
Nov. 23 NXT TakeOver: War Games III Rosemont, Illinois
Nov. 24 Survivor Series Rosemont, Illinois
Dec. 15 TLC: Tables, Ladders, Chairs Minneapolis, Minnesota
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